Bringing you up close and personal to the most dramatic, life changing days of a couple's lives.
Don’t Tell the Bride returns for a fourth series as the cameras continue to get up close and personal with couples from all over the country from locations such as Cork, Dublin, Athlone & Waterford.
This year the series breaks new ground, featuring the first same sex civil partnership between Trevor Moore and Alan Dunleavy in a warm and touching episode that, while providing an interesting and much welcomed new perspective, encapsulates the personalities and loving relationships at the heart of each series.
In other episodes we see everything from childhood sweethearts to couples that are not even in an official engagement.
The grooms continue to approach the task with undaunted confidence, thinking that it cannot be as hard as everyone says it is- only to spend the first week in shock, followed by the reality check of a lifetime.
In this series more than ever, the men embrace the concept that every wedding needs a theme and that only they know the secret. From Trevor Moore’s Gay Pride extravaganza to a Beach theme in a central Waterford City location- not to mention Ger O’Deas ‘Dirty Dancing’ themed wedding which he approaches with utter dedication, if not a God given sense of rhythm.
There will be tears and tantrums as the men’s wedding dress choices turn out to be ‘Gok Wrong’ rather than ‘Gok Wan’.
Amid the laughs and delusional but well intentioned mishaps we see relationships in their 'warts and all' reality and it continues to be a warm, tender and enlightening experience for all involved.